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Baotou is the largest city in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China, in the north-central part of the country. It is widely known for its strategic location, rich mineral resources, and industrial development. Aside from that, Baotou is also a popular tourist destination, known for its natural scenery, cultural attractions, and unique Mongolian culture. Some popular tourist sites include the Xilamuren Grassland, Genghis Khan's Mausoleum, Wudangzhao Monastery, and the Kubuqi Desert. Baotou is a must part of Inner Mongolian trip.

Recommended Baotou Tours

  • Xiangshanwan in Kubuqi Desert

    Discovering Inner Mongolia's Cultural and Natural Wonders in 5 Days

    Monastery; Grassland; Desert;

    Explore Inner Mongolia's Best: Monasteries, Deserts, Grasslands, and Culture. This tour combines spiritual discovery at Wudangzhao Monastery, desert adventures in Kubuqi, grassland immersion at Xilamuren, and cultural exploration in Hohhot. Unforgettable experiences await before your return to Beijing by high-speed train.
    On Request
  • Mausoleum of Genghis Khan

    Discover Beijing, Datong, Ulanqab, Ordos, and Hohhot in 9 days

    Great Wall; Grassland; Grottoes; Desert;

    Explore Beijing, Datong, and Hohhot on a high-speed train tour. Discover UNESCO sites like the Forbidden City and the Great Wall, explore stunning desert and grassland landscapes, and experience Mongolian culture with a private guide for a personalized adventure.
    On Request
  • ningxia-108ta-wbq-430-310

    7-Day Inner Mongolia and Ningxia Tour from Beijing

    Buddhist Art; Grassland; Desert;

    Depart from Beijing via the high-speed train to embark on an adventure through Inner Mongolia and Ningxia. Marvel at the breathtaking natural scenery, including picturesque steppes and deserts, explore historic landmarks like Wudangzhao Monastery, Western Xia Dynasty Mausoleum, Five Pagoda Temple, and the 108 Stupas of Qingtongxia, and dive deep into the rich local culture of ethnic groups like the Hui and Mongols.
    On Request
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